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Women's stories
მე ვარ ნელი ანსიანი, დევნილი ზემო აფხაზეთიდან, კოდორიდან. ისევე, როგორც ბევრმა სხვა დევნილმა ქალმა, ბევრი განსაცდელი გამოვიარე. 
February 01, 2023
მე გახლავართ ეკატერინე ციხისელი ონის მუნიციპალიტეტის სოფელ ღარიდან, ვარ 45 წლის. სანამ „ფონდი ტასოს“ სოციალური მუშაკი გავხდებოდი, უმაღლესში არასდროს მისწავლია და არსად მიმუშავია. სწავლისა და განვითარების სურვილი სულ მქონდა, თუმცა ძალიან ადრე, 17 წლის ასაკში მომიწია გათხოვებამ...
January 23, 2023
“Everybody has grown assured that women can bring important changes,” noted Tamar Shubitidze, manager at the Sviri Village Youth Center and Library. When Taso Foundation began working in Sviri village in the Akhalkalaki municipality in 2019, only a few women showed any interest. Among them was Tamar Shubitidze, who was later elected as a community worker by the members of a self-help group.  
October 28, 2022
“I have been trying to bring the problems of local women and children to the attention of decision-makers,” stated Karine Kachotyan, a member of the Akhalkalaki sakrebulo (municipal assembly). Karine Kachotyan is one of just 45 female majoritarian sakrebulo members in Georgia, making them a small minority among the 664 municipal assembly members across the country.  
September 10, 2022
მე ვარ მარიამ მორჩილაძე, ოზურგეთის რაიონის დაბა ლაითურიდან. მყავს მეუღლე და ერთი შვილი. დაოჯახებამდე ვსწავლობდი ქუთაისის აკაკი წერეთლის სახელობის უნივერსიტეტში ტურიზმის მიმართულებით. თუმცა, ბავშვის შეძენის შემდეგ, სტატუსის შეჩერებამ მომიწია და მიუხედავად სწავლის გაგრძელების დიდი სურვილისა, დროებით განათლების მიღების აკადემიური გზა ჩემთვის მიუწვდომელი გახდა. სწორედ ამ დროს, 2019 წელს, ჩვენს დაბაში სამუშაოდ „ფონდი ტასო“ შემოვიდა. 
August 07, 2022
“I had this idea in my mind that if I ever started working, I would not be able to manage all the work around the house. Village life is what it is. There is always something to do. I was not going out much either because I was mostly taking care of the household. Last year, when I started going to work, I was 46 years old. Since then, I have been filled with some different sort of energy which helps me get out of bed every morning,” says Zina Tsartsidze, a resident of Ani village in the Akhaltsikhe municipality, who now works as a cook at the local kindergarten.
July 01, 2022
I am Maia Pipia, I have been living in Anaklia since 1988. I have two kids. I am the founder of the community fund Nefa. I also have my own small business and I am an entrepreneur. Until 1991, before the war, I worked as a biology teacher at Zugdidi 6th High School, but since then I have not worked in the profession. As the rural population living along the so called borderline, we have experienced all the hardships and severities of war.  
June 01, 2022
I am Iruza Kakava. I am an IDP from Abkhazia. My life was, so to speak, very difficult, because at the age of 16 my parents died and I was left with little brothers. I went through a very difficult life. I experienced what it was like to be orphaned, miserable, and hungry. The only thing I thought of was that I had to find a solution, I had to do something and go on with my life to raise my younger brothers and put them on the right path. It was 2010 when I heard that Taso Foundation had come to work in the villages located along the border.
May 06, 2022
I am Iamze Dzidzaria, I live in the village of Laituri, Ozurgeti region. I currently work in poultry and livestock, with the help of my husband. Of course, we have come so far through great labor and hardship. Taso Foundation has made a great contribution to all this.
April 21, 2022
I am Nana Kochalidze, I live in Naruja, Ozurgeti region. By the way, we have a very good village,  and I love it very much. I had been engaged in agriculture before, I was growing vegetables, nuts and I was actively involved in rural life as well. Then I heard that Taso Foundation had entered our village.
April 15, 2022